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Brief Information About Bee Spring


The town of Bee Spring is located in the northern part of the Edmonson County. Bee Spring is a part of KMSA, Bowling Green. The town is located close to the State Park of Nolin Park on Road No. KY 259. The locals are primarily engaged with education and trade.



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